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The Price of Change at North Carolina

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

What many fans don't see are the numerous problems that a coaching change can cause within a football program. Sure a new coach may spark a stagnant program to a couple more wins per season, but it can also decimate current and future recruiting classes and cost a lot of money with no guarantees that the new coach will be any better. (AOL Fanhouse)

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